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King Varman with his Queen Vani was the ruler of
Indrapuri in the nth century. The king's harem was a busy place. There
were wall to wall babies in the nursery. Women with unerupted wisdom
teeth were eligible candidates for the privileged status of concubines.
Retirement was mandatory at twenty years of age or on birth of a
baby, whichever came first. Severance pay and health benefits were
handsome. One day he goes hunting and tries to take advantage of the
young wife of a Forest Rishi, out to the riverside for ablutions,
rituals and worship. The animals in the yard come to the rescue as if
they were trained to attack a stranger. With the monkey on his head
pulling the hair, the birds poking him everywhere and the donkey kicking
him in the groin, the king falls face down. The Rishi obviously
commanded the animals by mental telepathy to attack the intruder. The
king, suffering from retrograde amnesia goes back to his palace. His
biological daughter chooses the son of
the Rishi twenty-five years later as a husband. Read all about the
twists and turns of fate. The son of one, among the many
concubines, becomes the king. April 10, 2013